Granby

Granby (grănˈbē, grămˈ–) [key], city (1991 pop. 42,804), S Que., Canada, on the North Yamaska River, E of Montreal. Located in a farming area, Granby has textile mills and plants that manufacture furniture, tobacco and rubber products, precision instruments, paper and printed materials, and food products.

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